Your dog may have old dog dementia or cognitive dysfunction syndrome if your Weimaraner is over 8 years old. But, before you jump to conclusions, make sure you have ruled out sensory losses like deafness or blindness. It is true that older dogs can develop an Alzheimers-like condition which is a form of dog senility. […]
Knowing what to expect when your dog is older, will give you an advantage when helping him cope with his short comings.
How old is your dog? Or what is the dog age in human years? Most of us wonder about the age of our dogs from time to time, because it gives us clues to the life expectancy of our dogs. We really want to know how much longer we will have with our dogs. A […]
Separation anxiety in older dogs is not the same as the separation anxiety we see in younger dogs. While they may look similar, the reasons for separation anxiety in senior dogs are quite different. Even if you have a well-adjusted dog that has been perfectly comfortable with your schedule of leaving routinely, he may become apprehensive […]
No matter how cute and cuddly your new Weimaraner puppy is, you will eventually have to remove dog urine stains in your home. Your puppy has limited bladder control when you first get her, and one thing is certain. There will be accidents from time to time. Of course there are more ways than one, […]
Canine diabetes symptoms often develop gradually, and dog owners may not notice the symptoms of diabetes mellitus until it is in an advanced stage. Diabetes in dogs can be controlled with treatment, and knowing the signs of canine diabetes can help you catch it early and get started on treatment. Age of a Diabetic Dog […]
Wondering, “Does my dog have diabetes?” Dog diabetes, while not curable, is treatable, if you are strict about diet, exercise and giving medications to your Weimaraner. If you find that your dog or puppy develops diabetes symptoms, it is very important that you consult with a veterinarian, as diabetes mellitus in dogs is a very […]